The fruit of more than three decades of research
This collection of fourteen essays by Eberhard W. Güting covers important aspects of editorial science with a particular focus on New Testament textual criticism. Essays cover textual emendation, text-critical procedures, literary criticism, history of scholarship, advantages and disadvantages of online manuscripts, and text-critical studies of words and phrases. The addition of a substantial introduction to text criticism makes this a valuable resource for students and teachers.
- Essays concerned with establishing the original text of New Testament writings
- Nine essays published in English for the first time
- Two previously unpublished essays
Eberhard W. Güting is an author and editor specializing in textual criticism of the New Testament. He is coeditor of Das Neue Testament auf Papyrus, II: Die paulinischen Briefe (1989) and coauthor of Asyndeton in Paul: A Text Critical and Statistical Enquiry into Pauline Style (1998).
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